Pubblicato il 20 May 2024 da Redazione in Events, Monaco

Monaco, 5 Murals for World Environment Day

Wednesday, June 5, 2024, from 2 PM to 5 PM at Princess Antoinette Park
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As part of the Municipality of Monaco’s commitment to environmental protection and to raise awareness across generations, the Municipal Institution is organizing a completely new event in the Principality: the simultaneous creation of environmental murals.

This innovative event addresses climate change topics through a participatory and educational approach, using card game workshops. It is aimed at young people aged 10 and over, adults, and families.


The “Marathon of Murals” will take place on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, on World Environment Day, from 2 PM to 5 PM, at Princess Antoinette Park. Five murals will be created in total:

  • The Climate Mural (family special – from age 10): This will help everyone understand the mechanics, scope, and complexity of the challenges posed by climate change and collectively explore possible solutions.
  • The Compost Cycle Mural: Focused on understanding the nature and ecological functions of soil, this mural will raise awareness about resource consumption and its ecological impact, focusing on bio-waste. It will also promote new consumption habits to reduce the ecological footprint.
  • The Circular Economy Mural: This will clarify the challenges of transitioning our production and consumption system towards a more sustainable circular model. It aims to reorient the debate on the use of natural resources and the management of externalities, waste, and pollution generated by our lifestyles.
  • The Ocean Mural: This will highlight the challenges related to the ocean and the impact of our activities on this ecosystem, providing concrete action points.
  • The Water Mural: This will comprehensively address the water cycle, exploring four key aspects: the natural water cycle, the anthropogenic cycle influenced by human activity, and the impact of humans and climate change on these processes. This mural will allow participants to evaluate individual and collective measures for better management of this precious resource.